Which are the best drones and quadcopters to buy as of the Spring of 2017? Read on! UPDATED April, 2017 – We update this “best drones” listing regularly as new products are released and reviewed. If you are looking for a ($400-$1500) “stabilized camera drone with GPS” – we have another article comparing the popular 2016/2017 […]
Getting Started with Quadcopters and Hobby Drones – Table of Contents
Our Best Selling eBook for Drone Beginners is now free – and available online by using the chapter links below. For the best deals in drones, check out http://www.dronesavings.com eBook – Getting Started with Hobby Quadcopters and Drones – Table of Contents 1 – http://wp.me/p25InU-1Dtu – Author Page 2 – http://wp.me/p25InU-1Dtw – Introduction 3 – […]
Best Selling Camera Drones in June 2016
As a new feature we are going to try and report the best selling GPS Camera Drones on a regular (monthly and possibly weekly) basis. The data is from Amazon.com (US). New this month are the inclusion of the Autel Robotics X-Star and the Yuneec H – both new entries into the Camera Drone Category. […]
Did your Drone Crash? Maybe it’s not your Fault!
Did your Drone Crash? Maybe it’s not your Fault! “Learn how to fly” “RTFM” (read the friggin manual). “you didn’t know how to operate the product you bought” “Too many drone pilots rely on GPS and have no experience flying a quad in manual” These are just a few of the “blame the customer” type […]
5 Reasons Why DJI GO Only Scratches the Surface of your DJI Drone Potential
By: Kevin Mukai – http://www.nvdrones.com DJI GO is the primary application that many DJI pilots use to fly their drone. However, while DJI GO is great for most users, it often does not sufficiently satisfy the many tastes diverse pilots around the world yearn for. Thanks to DJI’s SDK (Software or Solutions Development Kit), there […]
Why Fly a Drone – and Which Drone to Fly?
At Droneflyers.com our mission is customer education. Those interested in this pursuit would be well served to start out by understanding the various types of drones…or segments of the market in more businesslike terms. Toy Drones – Millions of these machines are sold and they are somewhat disposable. They are used as pilot trainers and […]
Yuneec Typhoon H Hexacopter – Is it for you?
Yuneec Typhoon H Hexacopter – Is it for you? Another year – and another batch of new drones which are heralded as “revolutionary” or “game changers”. Such descriptions are thrown about by many in this industry – but we here at Droneflyers.com prefer the old fashioned items called “Facts”, “Specifications” and “Experiences”. Differences in various […]
2016 USA Camera Drone Sales – Projections and Commentary
One of our specialties is using various rules of thumb to predict what is happening in the consumer drone market. You can find a number of our predictions and projections in our Editorial Section. We have recently been asked by various industry parties (reporters, analysts, etc.) to comment on the US Drone market going forward. […]
How many consumer drones, toys aside, exist in the USA as of Jan, 2016
How many real consumer drones, toys aside, exist in the USA as of Jan, 2016 Unless you are living under a rock, you’ve probably heard about the new (US) FAA requirement that all drones over a certain weight (250 grams – a bit more than 1/2 pound) need to be registered. Registration is easy and […]
Parrot BeBop Quadcopter Review – Part 1 of 3
Our review of the Parrot BeBop Quadcopter will be done as a three part review. Subjects covered in the reviews parts are; Part 1: initial look / open box / instruction review / setup / range and “radio” check / first flight / initial thoughts Part 2: advanced flight / camera performance / flight time […]
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